Posts Tagged ‹small states

Thursday, May 2nd, 2019

Between ‘National’ and ‘European’ Interests: Small Countries and Their Presidencies of the European Union

The article looks into the relationship between national and common European interests in the case of the small countries’ presidencies of the Council of the European Union. Based on a self-evaluation of the Council of the European Union presidencies of Slovenia, Sweden, Belgium, Hungary and Denmark, the article presents three...
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Lilliputian in a Goliath World: the Preventive Diplomacy of Slovenia in Solving the Question of Kosovo’s Independence

Abstract: The article analyses the preventive diplomacy of a small state, Slovenia, in the context of its presidency of the Council of the EU in 2008, and the question of declaration of independence of Kosovo in that respect. The article, based on structured interviews with Slovenian diplomats involved in the...

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